So i have a 55 inch samsung MU6279 apperently it has Numerous image enhancement systems such as UHD Dimming, Wide Color Enhancer, PurColor and 1400Hz PQI and comes equipped with a current 8-bit VA panel and Edge LED backlight. Overall, the Samsung UE55ME6279 impresses with its above-average image quality. That is some parts of a review i copied and pasted means nothing to maybe you guys can shed some light on it and maybe help me out to how i shoild have the tv set up ( contast,sharpness etc)
If you want the benefits of wide color you need a 10 bit panel. Edge lit is also not as good as local dimming.
Here are the specs for that tv
(6279 is the German version)
The important things for a good HDR tv
Panel bit depth: 8 bits. 10 bits is much better, 4K HDR is a 10 bit signal, wide color is 10 bit.
DCI P3: 90% coverage. That is not bad, yet the standard for 4K HDR is 96% or higher.
Brightness 350 cd/m2, better known as nits. 350 nits is low for HDR, 1000 is more like it.
Static contrast: 5300:1 That is not bad without local dimming.
Input lag: 20ms, good enough.
I'm sure this tv looks amazing next to an older 1080p tv, but don't expect too much from HDR and wide color.